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Monday, 1 June 2015

All Tory policies and London councils in this together to get poor folk off 'their' monopoly board?

This report from research by Housing Action Southwark and Lambeth lays
bare the social cleansing underway in London with the active support of
local councils, argues a report by Housing Action Southwark & Lambeth.(1)

See also 

 Veteran Scottish community social worker Bob Holman on why poor people must meet [the Prime Minister of the day].(2)

And now Secretary of State for Work & Pensions Iain Duncan Smith's 2009 admission to the Fabian Society that Thatcherite 'right-to-buy' policies had led to ghettoisation.(3)

And, amidst all the stuff about £12bn further welfare cuts and reducing the 'benefit cap' and disability benefits still further, consider: is social cleansing now exposed as the end game of Government social policies, or is it an 'unintended consequence'?


(1) http://wire.novaramedia.com/2015/05/8-key-findings-into-council-administered-social-cleansing-in-london/

(2) http://www.communitycare.co.uk/blogs/social-care-experts-blog/2008/02/poor-must-meet-gordon/

(3) http://www.communitycare.co.uk/blogs/social-policy-blog/2009/03/iain-duncan-smith-admits-ghett/

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